The all-electric Jeep Avenger offers Jeep brand features for the European market, offering 400 km (249 miles) of electric range with a modern and technologically advanced interior with plenty of room for people and goods.
Customers can reserve the launch version of the new BEV right after the press conference on October 17. The Jeep Avenger joins an already fully electrified European lineup that includes
4xe plug-in hybrid versions of the Jeep Wrangler, Compass, and Renegade, It will also be followed by the launch of the all-new Jeep Grand Cherokee
4xe version at the beginning of next year.
“The new Jeep Avenger leads the launch of all-new Jeep BEV models in Europe,” said Christian Meunier, CEO of the Jeep brand. “It offers the Jeep brand a function that is market-specific and at the Paris Motor Show we will show why it is an excellent all-electric Jeep-branded option for current players in the segment.
The Jeep Avenger is a milestone in our growth. plans in key European markets like France, and is on our way to becoming the world’s leading zero-emission SUV brand.
Jeep people says the Avenger is “just the right size” for the European market Built at the Stellantis plant in Tychy, Poland, the Jeep Avenger has an estimated target range of 400 km (250 miles) in the WLTP test cycle and 550 km (342 miles) in the city.
For example, in Germany and France, the Jeep brand offers only electrified SUVs, and by the end of the year, almost all major markets in continental Europe will offer only electrified SUVs. Jeep’s all-electric plan builds on that momentum and calls for the development of powerful all-electric vehicles for Europe.
The brand will introduce four zero-emission vehicles in Europe by 2025, with offerings spanning key volume segments, including the Jeep Recon and Wagoneer “S,” two all-new, all-electric vehicles competing in the global mid-size car segment. SUV segment.
As a result, all Jeep vehicles sold in the region will be 100% electric by 2030.